Tidal Arms

by Tidal Arms

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Jesse Mays
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Jesse Mays A very unique band, who I feel almost border on classical writing style through the lens of stoner metal. I had to make myself stop listening to this album. The musicianship is top notch on all fronts Favorite track: Molasses.
Ben Seretan
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Ben Seretan NONE MORE HEAVY Favorite track: Cosmic Donald's.
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nanimo_daremo Just as I predicted, they did not disappoint in the least – they blew my expectations out of the water. Give this and The Sun Exploding a listen and you will see why this was my most eagerly anticipated release of the year. Favorite track: Molasses.
Paul Jensen
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Paul Jensen These guys have made two of the most perfect records I've ever listened to. From start to finish, this record is captivating. A song will start with a simple melody and end in heavy and explosive guitar riffs that'll blow the roof off. The reverb is gooey covering vocals and the fuzzy dissonance of guitars is wicked but dreamed. The drumming on this is particularly awesome here too. Everything this band does here works. You should buy this record. Because you have to.
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1.
the resignation of the town cards showing and all the creatures of the crown without knowing a curtain as old as time woven with no man behind know it’s not one there’s no golden pantheon that you see when you’re gone slowly, order emerges patterns coincide that’s all, take comfort in knowing that’s all it’s not one there’s no golden pantheon that you see when you’re gone endless momentum fractals feedback to life that’s all, take comfort in knowing that’s all it’s not one there’s no golden pantheon that you see when you’re gone the resignation of the town cards showing and all the creatures of the crown without knowing
2.
Mirrorbox 04:44
which is the real one witches reflection witches, the real one which is reflection witness the end of an era with science forgotten the sick lead the blind the last leaf has fallen we all must comply with energy fading the energy is fading a mirror facing a mirror facing a mirror devoid of light heat death is easy a victimless crime there’s nothing but time there’s nothing but time impulse a cauldron of nothing erupting in matter exploding in light it’s wearing a shape nowand spinning its line there’s nothing but time there’s nothing but time
3.
Dunston Mass 03:11
is it alive? avert your eyes though the clouds don’t make a sound they fill the skies so who’s to say the earth obeys in a crowd no voice is loud like the cloud it don’t make a sound until it rains even this far from the coast an ocean view we soon will boast in the center of the town the bronze and marble statues will drown
4.
push the threshold we’ve oversold caveman safe and sound in the cold jungle of dust fistful of sand thousand generations palm of my hand charred earth’s crust what withstands what’s been automatic never planned I don’t know of a way to make them see past today jungle of dust fistful of sand the current population or future of man mouthful of rust crash and expand ocean ecstatic once was land I don’t know of a way to make them see past today
5.
Mad Glacier 02:56
6.
Molasses 07:05
it’s coming in within the week and I’m the one to oversee and what I’ll tell em when they’re asking me we’re right on schedule, we’re right on time I can smell it in the street white widow, swisher sweets what I’ve been saying when they’re asking me we’re right on schedule, we’re right on time in the rumble and the creaks and in the steel and through the teeth sweet rupture, a burst at the seams a wave of molasses of magma and steam the walls embracing be still the clouds our memories racing and spilled on the ground
7.
Tide Alarms 03:25
the wolf at dawn it sees a fawn drinking hot breath submits you know what it’s thinking still as a cairn thick in the air sinking grey eyes commit you know what it’s thinking this is a battery given some conductivity the weight of symmetry pressure of electricity a wave of specificity can’t fill a bay so shallow this is a battery so lies this field so fallow can’t feel my echo, my shadow you know what its thinking the wolf at dawn it sees a fawn drinking grey eyes commit you know what it’s thinking
8.
Jelloshotgun 03:05
let’s grow your brain an iron callous and let the fuses blow obsolescence of the ballast it was just for show don’t try to disavow control cannot be found the ship has run aground just swim across the sound there is a universe between every word you speak everything is pixelated! english obsolete don’t try to disavow control cannot be found the ship will run aground just swim across the sound why is everyone so why does everyone hate growing old
9.
there used to be two elmwood doors we walked through it’s out of focus, washed in a haze I see an ocean in your longing gaze there were two doors, but I see a wall paper says june, but skin feels the fall not yet a gray man but I’ve seen some days my mind has whispered in more troubling ways how light the sound that covers the waves but I see some kind of color through clouds of gray how light the sound that covers the waves at night the ground it waits for the day I see some kind of color through clouds of gray
10.
breathe with the whalebeneath the waves she hears the lightof ancient days I can hear her dream an ocean of birds,they gather still and I am the owlon your windowsill I can hear you dream

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released November 26, 2013

Recorded by Tom Tierney and Alex Mead-Fox
Mixed by Tom Tierney at Spaceman Sound in Brooklyn, NY
Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Mastering
Album artwork by Julia Norton

Booking: andy@outlierstalentagency.com
Publicity: liz@earsplitcompound.com
Management: mike@moon-mgmt.com

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